Pundits were elitists.
Hillary Clinton had won the first presidential debate. If you're wondering why all the online polls have Trump as debate winner...
Results have an error estimate of plus or minus 1. Seaman said in an email. It might seem benign, but other pizza shop owners could lose business — and the stakes would be higher in more significant cases, like an election.
Among those who are expected to take part in the Nov. Slightly more Independents said their impression of Clinton improved as a result 16 percent than Trump 9 percent. Open in the app. Trump boasted of what he described as widespread approval of his performance in the first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton. Andrew Seaman, the ethics committee chairman for the Society of Professional Journalists, said the common use of online opt-in polls warranted a review in newsrooms.
Discover Thomson Reuters. Narrowing the focus to likely voters who watched the debate, Clinton led Trump 44 percent to 39 percent.
Our Standards: Professional pollsters use scientific statistical methods to make sure that their small random samples are demographically appropriate to indicate how larger groups of people think. One possible reason for the lack of movement in her support is that it usually takes several days to measure the full impact of a single event, like a debate, said Donald Green, a political scientist at Columbia University.
Trump in the instant-analysis surveys, according to The Daily Dot. Mass voter fraud may be a myth — but online polls are far harder to monitor. The first face-off of the 2016 presidential election cycle broke debate viewership records and about three-quarters of respondents said they watched the debate live.
The poll, which Drudge linked to and which was shared by some TrumpWon supporters on Twitter, actually came from a fake ABC News site with the address " abcnewsgo.
Overall, 59 percent of likely women voters said Clinton does have the temperament to serve — including 92 percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning women, 51 percent of independent women and 13 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning women.
The poll itself isn't without flaws in design.